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Page 4 Christian Growth Is Sharing Faith Ctn%tian growth is ehieved by "Doing it Yourself," BMer Paul odo Saturday told the /wl Sev.enthday Advetist cnregation at the 11 o'Clock worship hour. Spiritual life matures as you sttdy the Bible for yonr- ef, pray in secret er your own problems ,and share your aith, the ,pstor pointed out. , Czcon, instructor in relig- ion at Upper Cohtmbia Acad- eny, anouwced that next Sat- uray's program for the ocal ehuh wotfld be presented by eight UCA girl)s. Sernnettes on "Sharing" wit1 be by C-rae Kimki and Narmy Blon. Cbeny Free s'' Friday,'Sdptember 24, 1965 CHURCH NEWS METHODIST The Methodist church Wom- e:n's society w ,hold its first fall meeting in the church o,n Tuesday ,afternoon. The presi- denlt, Mrs. Mae Van Scoyoc, will co,duct the meeting. Pro- graim chairman will outtine the program for the year. Com- mittees wR1 be announced and vefre'lne.nts will be rved ,at 1:30 p. m. MUSEUM VOLUNTEERS TOUR OF HOMES LISTED The membem of the Mus- eum V0hrnteers will have COMMUNITY The Cheney Community church presented Larry and Nancy Cvk, wire are missin- a anshtors of the Bibl in Mexico, w,orlnlg with the tin- tires on tanguage translations ad making films. They sent ,the day here at the cuh speaking at each service. An- other missionary, Mr. Belknap from Japan, visited the church and spoke. CLUB NEWS The American Home depart- merit held a cook out on Tues- day evening, Sept. 21 at the home of Mrs. Pete Heideeker, [with Mrs. Fred Johns and Mrs. J. Van Brunt assisting. This was the first all meeting. Iandicraft will meet On Tuesday evening, Sept. 28, with Mrs. WiDJam Geschke, for a .cake decorating d emonsa- tion. The International Educa- tion department wll meet at the home of Mrs. A. B. Cutting Thursday aterwoon, Oct. 7 whiVh is a eli ,a'tge af ,1. Mrs. Grubr will present the program. Maha chapter OES wl tmld a regular meeting Mo [ .day, at 8 p. m. with Mr. and Mrs. John Van Brunt pat- ron ad matron presiding. Ptans for the benefit tmrvest sale wil be given nd reports made. the. 10th annual tour of hmne Stmday, Sept. 26 from lid 5p. m. 'ix outstanding lmmes are being opened through the e0artesy of their owners for ftte benefit of the Muse,um pogram. Atl the lm.es .are located in the suburban 'area  orth of the city near the Spo- la,ne Conntry Citb. CAMP FIRE GIRLS BEGIN ACTIVITIES Oamp Fe girSs organizatio will get under way hie this month with  leaders' meet- ing, with Mrs. F. J. Scttadegg president in charge. Groups vdill be getting azed, new llers selected ami, meeting wth gils. ue Birds will be meeting ed bringing in new members. Hr clubs have d soe vitis during the surmner, al will be burr this fall. The Iflad Empire board of di'- retto met Sept. 21 or a ltmcheon in the Crescent tea room. Mrs. Sehadegg ,d Mrs. Eal Hlton attended. JOBIES TO MEET Jb's Daughters wi od rguar meeting Tuesday eve- vg, Se. 28, at which e the father ad daMer ban- quit will be Imkl. The business meeting wil 0ow with Queen Anne Stattbam pre- slclig. Oandas will be in- itiaed nd reports made. The rehearl   on Stmday affornoon i.n the Masonic tem- ple. NEW ARRIVAL A daughter, Mareea Marie, was born Sept. 15 to Mr. and M. Virgil E. Woner of St. John. The bby wetg0aed seven ptmcs six and one, half ounc- es. She has one brodher, Jhn Jay, ,und is the granddaughter of Mr. ,nd Mrs. Glen Judd. RoyM Neighbor Ledge re- N .... E,, lsumed regu,hr meeting in the SONG FEST HELD Legml hall Monday aftenlon, ........ ,h ns tMter the summer vacation. vne lngspwatron o ,m at *he Nazarene church l'at !Mh BttYria.' t?:acloemP.reg Sunday evening was sponsored t ' ] '- . :  . ............. by the Nazarene, Baptist, Che-iwe un3Steadd:s 'm''' ney Cmmum'ty and arshall  " church. A large cod attend- CORRECTION Tilicum News ed. 8The Ti]jcum Beard meeting wi be held Sept. 29, at 10 a. m. instead of 11. Mrs. Wester- man, president, would hke to remind all members to bring a sack lunch. HadicrMt will ho[d its firm meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 28 at the home of Mrs. Wilfred Beard. A program on cake decorating will be presented lby Mrs. Jean McMilhn. CHRISTIAN CHURCH The Cristian Church will serve the annual clcken din- ner in the city hall Thursday evoning, Oct. 7, beginp_ing at 5:30. Parties are welcome to have a table for the goup, ad the public is invited. Tick- ets axe available at the door acuording to Mrs. Henry Ru- ',dolf the general chairman. A bazaar of sewing and ancy, work will also be given. The Womens Fowsldp of the Christi,n church, hch meets on the first Thursday ftern,oon of the. month is i studn,g the book, "t,rrers in Faith 'nd Action" during their regurlaT meeting lour. LUTHERAN LADLES The Ladies Crud of the Lu- therr Church ,heId a regular meeting this week or the in- salaUon of new of.fiees. They are Mrs. Adele Mg, gs, presi- dent; Mrs. Mavilyn Grube, vice president; Mrs. CtadLa Geschke, secretary; Mrs. Du- ello Stevens, treasurer; Mrs. G,ail Beil, educatioa secretary, Mrs. Ira Bonk Stew, secretary. MONTANA VISITORS r. and s. Th, om V. Rowan returned Set. 14 from a two weeks visit with ,his cousin, Ray Rowan at Gre Falls and a sister, Miss Mary loan at We Point, Mont. Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Leebvre enamed as guests om Spokane Mr. arrd Mrs. Ray Iolzaw. ANNUAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH Chicken Dinner & Bazaar Thursday, October 7 City Hall ..- 5:30 to 7:30 ADULTS $1.50, CHILDREN UNDER 12, 75 s24-ol NEWS BRIEFS Mrs. Olive Orange wiltl have her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Orange from Evansville, Ind., visiti, g her :mxt week ,at the home of her laughter, Dr. and Mrs. J. Aus, tin Andrews and Ton. Miss Forene Rue enter- tained ,as ln, Chon guess a sclmolmate, Mrs. Vema Lav- sn and d,a.uher, Mrs. Marie Barton from Cotvile on Thurs, day. Mr. and Mrs. Joplin Bmks entertained ,as dner guests Saturday evenirg, her brother- in-hw arid sister, Mr. arid Mm. Iarold Langland rom So- kazm wNey. The di,er eee- hrated Mrs. Langland's birh- day. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Herr and three Chdren from S,po- karm spent Saturd in 0he- hey, with his pawnts. Dr. Lloyd V,artdeBerg will present a am of cor sl,cles on "Beaues of the Pa- cific" foliowig the meeting of Martha chapter OES, Mon- day evenm g in the Masoe temlle. The program is opa to all interested person and will begin gbout 9. Mr. and Mrs. John Van Brurtt, patron and matron, are in clarge of arvangemerts. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth M- loay ad Mr. arid Mxs. John Van Brunt wet to Deer Park Monday evening for the Dast- ern Star meeting ad "Ad- ace sight" of that chapter. The aloways were ed guests as members of the as- sociation matron mad lmon] cub of the nland Em_ I Mr Mrs 00nd! Mrs. Larry Adamson spent a!' day last week with their par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Mel- ville. Mrs. ERis B. t_awis from SpImn spent the wekmd in Chermy as f2e onse guest of Mr. ad Mrs. Samos Black- I I I II l Ill 1 w. She was a dner guest I I of Mr. Mrs. I1 Willough- 'Let Yourself Go Saturday night. II Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Alexan- I I der eatermed ,as guests hst I[riday, his son and hmily, I IMr. and Mrs. Gtea Jahmn, *:;:':":':-' Ilfrom Spokaue. Mrs. Anna S E E PMllips catted on Saturday - terroon. Their SurMay fter- New 1966 Models--- Furys Belvederes " Valiants Bold Barracudas 2 BIG SHOW DAYS Thursday, Sept. 30th Friday, October I At your Plymouth dealer CHENEY MOTOR CO. 1st & G St. Cheney, Wash. I non guest was Rev. Geme NichoRs of the Nazarene church. Ma. Olive Swege entertain- ed s a Stmd:ay guest her hrher, T. W. Wstm, from Kent. Mr. and Mrs. Frl Ma0s have two studants livig with them t.his year who ave at- tending EWSC. They are .Miss 1 Jackson am1 Miss Sa, n- da Breyer of the coast. Mrs. Sam I{ateh 'and Mrs. C. C. Carter, both teachers t FairChild AFB, report a rg- i er mnnber of students in the fi,rst grade than last year. Mr..nd Mrs. Cha Betz on. tevtatned as guests Saturday ftenoo Mr. and Mrs. Do T, lmrason, Sgole; Mr. and Ms. Mel Samons of Colvflle, ad Jim Ryan from Wala Wal]a. The Samson,s, who are ormer residetts of Cheney, are in the svhol system in Colville. .Mrs. Mary Ioltaad, who has spent the past month here with her sister, Mrs. Myha Mill, and brother Carl Hend- ricks, left for her ,home in Sil- verhitl, Md. }ast weekend. She a'Iso visited a son arrd family in Salt Lake city. eanings This is how busy housewives I cleverly upholster a chair, or repain a room, or even buy a longed-for troasure without their husbands finding out about it until it is too tare to do anything about it. As you all know, men ,are stubborn. They all hate anytling new. They will refuse to let you re- cover their favorite ounge cha even if thee is a big hole right in the middle of it. Now, low do wives easily escape these unreasormble restric- tiors? They smply wait until Pather is on one of his annual .fishing trips land then they dig in, er at least that  what seems to lappen in some Ohe- ney house lmlds when Dad is away. Per insta, ace, take Mrs. Rob- ert Michae}sen for yu will find tlmt she is busy as a bee tlTia-tg to finish antiquhag the furnRure and repainting her datghte,r's room before the return ,of her husband from .hs Canadian fishing trip. I hope she makes it! Mrs. Nolan Brown did a lot of her painting and redecorat- i:rg dm'ing her husband's last year's trip, nd so this year she is doing other thins. She md Karen entertained some of their friends at a dinne party on Saturday eveng, ,a,d Mrs. Brown spent Monday i'n Spokane visiting an aunt for the day. There's much excitement in store for Mrs. Willard Berrmrd whose haasband, Bill, is also enj,oying outdoor life in Can- ado, for she flew, Sept. 15, to New York City to spend three weeks with her daughter and son-in-hw, Mr. and Mrs. Don- old Debrott. She wJJl be enjoy- ing the company of her two grarddaughters, and wiH be seeing her new graIdson for the first time. Now that you know how soe of the wives of fisher- men are spertdirg their time, let's see what their husbands are doing. They ave satmon fhing, of course, and enj,o- i the ease of living in the remote parts of Britis Co- lumbia. Notn Bown, Wiiam Bernard, Martin Brown of Pullman, and Robe.rt Michael- sen are fislng at Nimo iake ,ad at points around the Witl- iam's take area. It  terest- ing to realize that  is Mr. Brown's 10th year of fishing in this part of Canada, wad Mr. Berrmrd is making his 17th trip. We bore they return with a furl catch. JOETTA LEWIS ENROLLED IN CALIFORNIA SCHOOL Trave]jng through Yellow- stoe National Park and then through NeW Mexico were Dr. and Mrs. lotnd Lewis and their daughter, JoEtta. The bes famby visRed Dr. and Mrs. James Cooper in ATbu- querque where Dr. Cooper is a teacher at the Urdverty of New Mexico. Peturng home by way of Calomia they enrolled J,o- Et in the Ca14torn State CoRege, Long Beach. This will be JoFAta's first year of c#l, tege life. COUSINS FROM THE EAST ARE VISITING Mr. and Mrs. Haol,d Vthite wlm ,are cousins o ke Frank Sehcteggs are visiting in Che- hey. Theix home is in Am- herst, ,ss., and Mr. White is a retired teacher. He pre%ous- ly ug at the Umversi'y of Maschusetts. During their tv .at the Schade home the The OES past matots clu, b will ,hold a die, nor meeting Wedeeday, Sept 29, at 6:30 p. m. n tlm Masonic Temple. The program will he give, by Mrs. Lloyd Van,deBerg on her year in ttaaii. Mrs. Hu'y H, amptoa, president, wffi con- duet a brief business meeting. Mr.  Mrs. Ener IJuten spe a recent weekend n Walh VCala and atted the weddirg of a ephew in the Lutheran church. They toved CHI OMEGA PLEDGE Miss Bnie Gehke, the daughter f Mr. ad Mrs. Wll- Ram Gosckke, wl,has enter- ed Washiwgon State UTflver- siW, is  G'2d Omega sorority pledge. CUB S'COUTS TO MEET "ihere will be ,a meetiag of the al Cub Scout pack at Betz sClmol Monday, Sept. 27 at 7:30 p. m. All new ad oh- er cu are ,asked to lng their Parents. BIRTHDAY PARTY HELD Mrs. Amick Clampe was ,.surprised at a birthday party in her honor Friday, Spt. 17 at her Imane in Cheney. She received many birtlday flow- ers and gifts from the ladies. HONORED AT PARTY Mrs. EKa Kendick of the C,heny Nursing Home vtas hrmred a a birthday party Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bishop. Fifteen friends were present and gave ,her birthday gifts. of Chirst held its $irst meet- ing of the fall Sunday erecting Whites enjoyed touring Mos- at the home of the Rev. and cow, Idaho, seeing the splen- Mrs. Philip Eisenhauer. The tier of Grand Coulee Dam, and members attending enjoyed the resort city .of Coeur d'- exciting ,and lively games be- fore the business meeting Alone. which was conducted by the[ CHENEY FAMILY RETURNS TO NIGERIA Dr. and Mrs. Louis Grafious 'are planning on making Ka- duma, Nigeria their home for the next two years. Ths will be a return trip for the Gra- flous family as they journeyed back to Cheney oniy a year ago. Their two aughters, Sal- ly and Judy, wi not aceom- )any their parents this time as Sally will be a junior at the University of Washirgton and Judy i,s erwolled for a month's course t the University be- fore she returns to Spokane where She will be working for the Spokane county public as- sistance department. It is h*oped that Saly may join her family at ,a later date. Dr. Grafious' work in Ni- geria deal,s with a new pro- gram designed to be of assis- ta,n, ce to English teachers in the Peace Corps. He }s the Contract Overseas' Represen- tative for the University of Cal,ifornia, Los Angeles to the Peace C:erps in Nige.ria. How interesting it is to .hear the Grafious family dis- cuss their future vhns and to share their enthusiasms; what there is to aec,omlllsh in the u)nder privileged nation in which they are go,ing to be liv- ing. Mrs. Grafious is taking with her ,a $50 supply of gar- den seeds as there is much need in Nigeria for fres vege- tables of at] kinds. In the ,hopes of providing markes for native products she la contacted those who might be intervted in the Nigerian work such as the beauUful hand embroidered cloths and also their work in ebony and teak. Mrs. Grafious rand her two sons flew to Washington, D. C. ts week where they will met Dr. Grafious. If there vis- as come through on time they hpe to fly to Nigeria via Europe. During the G:rMieus' leave, D. and Mrs. Ronat'd J. Vvhite will be occupying their home. D. White is j:oining the biol- ogy department at Bastern. YOUTH GROUP MEETS The Youth Fell, owship president, Miss Carolyn Poore. i Devotions were held and re- fresh.m.ts were served. It won't be long before the college school boA1 rings and students are moving into town. Some will ,be stayirg in dormitories, homes, or apa- ments. Living in the John Puison home this school year will be Miss Elizabeth Merrill daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. F,od Meritl ,of A'ay Heights. Rev. Merrill is the minister of the Baptist Church of that community. Elizabeth will be enrotlng 'as a ice,h- man .at Eastern WaShirgton State Coege ths year. W. S. U. COED PLEDGES Miss Bonnie Geschke Who is entering WSU thAs fall as a s.oplmmore has just accepted a bid from Chi Omega soror- ity. Rush activities at the col- lege began Sept. 4 and includ- ed formal and informM ath- erings at the various Greek .hou, ses, ohmaxed by a banquet Friday n!d bid opeiings on Saturday. The sorority mem- bers began moving in the Jr n, aw homes last week as orien- tation and registration week et under way on the campus. PASSION PLAY SEEN BY CHENEY VISITORS Miss Ho, p,e CuBea] and Miss ani Dustin enjoyed a recent trip through the middM west. In Rockford, Ill., they visited Mrs. J. P. Luby, Miss Culle.n's sister, and then traveled on to Chicago. After touing our country's second hrgest city, they spent some time in Spear- .fleSh, S. D. where they saw the "Passion Play." This play has been e.acted for the past 30 years during the s,ummer season, and was a pleasure to see. Two dedi.tul weeks were spent at the seashore in Oregon before they. returned home to Cheney. Among the youngest surviv- ing veterarts with service-con- nected disabilities are the 154,- 000 peacetime veterans who average 38 years of age, the Veterans Administration re- pots. The Bargain Shop Appliances and Used Furniture-Antiques Open 'til 9 p. m. Friday Nights 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Weekdays Telephone 235-4744- Across from Brown & Holter Mr. ,and Mrs. Jerry. St. were among the many btio ney rooters suppertin,g k Btaekhawks' football tea.') to victory at Dayton Satu: '_ ' [UN0 afternoon, Sept. 18 in  " -r la renc their son Jerry g., pye . the starting line-up. Afte[ t r? game Mr. and Mrs. Ht eet ,stopped ,at Walh Wad.h, aY.. ing relatives, Mr. and  eett Mort E. Pauly and Ms anto E. Miller. Mrs. Hudson s ' :no Miss Miller and Mrs. I the surprised her with a bi Y dinner. ese CARD OF THANKS I The family of Nora t H,o]mes wishes to expres core thanks md .apprect to our many friendz w'hol so kind to us during ou ent bereavement, d the beautiftd ioral to our moher and mother. NEW STYL. ] CAPRI $250 ALSO TO $18OO CELESTE $2S0 ALSO TO $18OO VI[GAI $3t50 WI[DDI NG RIII CALAIS $200 ALSO TO $57S sa The engagement ring perfee center, 1! member, the name the ring and assurance of fine lasting satisfaction. R enhre t d,ow &afl. Tlade- M Re SM Jewelel What does your UC fair share buy in C H EN EY Everything from caner research to Scutiz -- from first aid closes to for orphans -- R ,a.ll comes .tied .up in one big pckage hbeld United With one ar Share tflctge, you ,make sure our commtmity rnd our will con{knue to have the ull seawices of 31 indnsble UC agenie AI ,at one time or rmdter, touch the fives of peoe right here in (Yneney. Wen the young, the aged, the crippled, the troubled nee4 ihep, they an United Crusade. And you. Share Your Blessings check the fair SPOKANE COUNTY share square! UNITED CRUCAD Cheney Divi'on American Red Cross -- American Social Health Ass',n -- Arthritis & matism Faundathon  Booth Memal Hospital  By Scts of America Camp Fire Girls  Cat.lie YnRy Servive -- ChIdreat's ome SoCiety Washington  Commu,Mty Mental Health Cener- Community Welfare cil  Fairclld Youth Center -- Family Counseling Service  Cirl Scus USA -- Good Slmpherd Home -- Lutheran Faintly nd Clam Services tion Army  Spokane Area Safety Rehabilitaion .Center  St. Anne's Home  St. Joseph's emil's Home  Uted Service Oranizao ing Nurses Association  Vo$nteers of merca -- Washington Ass'n Retarded Ch@dren- Washgton CitizeRs' Courmfl of the Nato,nM Co,ancil Crime and Delinquency- Washington State Association for Mental He Mth Was/hingt State Heart Association (N. E. Branch)  YMCA, city -- valley -- YWCA.